‘I was on the brink of death’ / The desperate plight of Singapore’s migrant workers

Southeast Asia Globe speaks with foreign workers and the aid organisations that help them get back on their feet after on-the-job injuries force them to battle with employers. But a new law that takes

Wildlife / How can Cambodia take on the mammoth task of fighting its illegal ivory trade?

The discovery of trinkets carved from the tusks of extinct woolly mammoths earlier this year is just the latest evidence that Cambodia is playing a growing role in the international illegal ivory trad

Criminal responsibility / At what age can you go to prison in Southeast Asia?

The Philippines’ House this week approved a bill that would lower the minimum age of criminal responsibility to just 12 years, as the government bids to crack down on gangs using children for illegal

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